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Ticklish Business #108: Kym Karath on Child Stardom and ‘The Sound of Music’

#124: Susan Slept Here (1954) Ticklish Business

It's our last new episode of 2021 and we're in the Christmas spirit with a Debbie Reynolds and Dick Powell romantic comedy. Drea, Kim, and Samantha deck the halls with a May-December romance that's a bit…problematic. The trio also says hello to an old friend and goodbye to another.   Ticklish Business returns with their first episode of 2022 on January 12, but be on the lookout for some special exclusives from our Patreon vault to get you through the rest of the year. Ticklish Business wishes you all a happy holiday and safe New Year!   Reviews matter and you can help us out by giving us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts! Also, tell your friends to like and subscribe to our Patreon, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube channels! We also have a shiny new website you can visit now!   Hosts: Kimberly Pierce, Samantha Ellis, Drea Clark Producer/Editor: Kimberly Pierce   This episode created thanks to our Patrons: Peter Bryant Jacob Haller Laura Neill Christine Mier David Floyd Peter Dawson Jeffrey Danny Fuckbois of Literature Christina Lane Rosa McF Donna Hill Cat Cooper Maty Ralph
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Actress Kym Karath sits down with Kristen and Kimberly to discuss being a child star, her memories of working with Christopher Plummer in The Sound of Music, and meeting Paul Newman.

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Podcaster, film historian, and general lover of all things classic film and television. Studying the contributions of women behind the camera in classic television.

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